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THE PA'LY CAIRO BULLETIN: AVEPXESDAV MQKMX.l, hEPlEMKEU 11, LS7S,
K. SMITH, M. D.
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SO. 21 THIRTEENTH STHEET, CAIUO, ILL-
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g P. WHEELEK,
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Alexauder county nt the ensuing Novemlivre'.iTtlon.
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ford as a candidate fur dimity Cominlntloner of
Alexander county, mihject to the decision of the
people at the election In Nuvi'inlii r tii'.xt.
.tyWe are authorized '.o announce th" name of
Samuel Hrllcy of lluzletvuud uh a Cumililute for
County Commis-loiur of Alexander futility nt the
rnnuliii; November elect ion.
t tT'Wo are authorized lo announce- John llodgi-it
m a candidate for sheriff of Alexander county at thu
etmiluu Noveuilier election.
VWe are authoilzed to iiiiiuiliuee II. ('. LOF
MX an a candidate for Sheriff of Alexander county,
ruhjeel to the dei Ulim of the people at the election
1 n November nest.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Mornluir Daily in Soul horn Illinois.
OFFICIAL P.U'F.UOF TIIK CITY AN l( Ctll NTY.
CAIUO, 111., Sept. 10, 'HTS. f
Tini. Uur. Ther. l!liiiTVluTl7VuTrVeTiiherr
li p m, wi oil
.Maxliniim Thermometer. Ml: &l hi 1 m n ni Th
tnometer, M" ; lialnlull. I.T5 jneb.
V. II. HAY,
Seri;'! Signal Corpi,, C. S. A.
F(i Sale. Tin' tlncst Imr cuuntor in the
city, thraii, nt tin- Planters Ihaisi'.
AIM IT THE CITY.
LITTLE ITEMS AM) ltEMUtKS ClATIIKltKI)
FltOM TIIK HTHKKT.
Yesterday was chilly and gloomy a
He prepared to die and think of living,
Is good advice,
-Mr. Judsmi Avers and iisier tv,.n
up North yesterday.
Bilious fever and hud whisky have cut
fhort the reading matter of The Hci.i.etin.
The yellow fever excit "incut is demor
alizing thu city. Drunkenness is Iwnining
McIIale was uimiiimnu.ily re-elected
president of the Hibernian the ent-ine com
pany. A well merited compliment.
Judge Bird had n bu-iness in Ids
court yesterday. The fever searo lm ruined
the police ns well as thu other business of
The Charleston, Missouri, fill has been
pi'.siponed from thu Mill, 17th, 1m!,, ,m,
l'Jthof thin month to smh, ',Mst, y.q unij
2:M of October.
At il:l") o'clock p. in. the thermometer
Mood at OS degrees. The chiingi- in twenty
four hours was 10 dourcos. At MemnliU
the change was s:l degrees.
Tim Hteumor Whisper go( info trouble
yesterday and pulled lltlt f,,r Cincinnati.
Hhe was pi'i'iniiie l t,i lan.lnpjMHiMhiM'ity,
one tition fli-wi'iiid net liUehiirgi' her
truv or put oil" In r p,'.vii,.,.., m ,,lt
But she did and Mayor Winter revoked tho
permission ho had given lur, pnd mudo 1 er
move cm. Sho ran eniu'ijl'y close t the
levee as she steamed up the Ohio.
Miss Bi llo Sievenn, ricra of M". Tom
Porter, died Tueday morn'njj tit 7 o'eiock,
of a pernicioiw iypo of malnrnl frver com
plieated hy n lii'inorrliiiIc tendeiuy,
Mr. Tom Xully, editor f Tiik Err.
i.etix. has lieeu seriously siek with lv'hms
lever, hut is not t danger. He was Pin -
nrovili'ir nt 3 o'eiock this mornin-',
.Mellale swears Ca'ro is 'ie healthiest
city in the United States, and litany t'os
with nn e'dent wi'li-uiaef.; to hack tho
assertion I y the persuasiveness of well de
dipt. W. M. Williams has petitioned
the city eotviei! to l.e appo;tttd eon' od ie
speetor. The pi-tition was last n''ht r
t)'rred ly the c-ity eour.eil to the committee
Mr. Charles Eaunliman is siek; Mr. S.
W. Stillwell and family are f,oinjj to Wis
consin; Eugene lVndlcion is stiUerin"; tit
th hospital a phudahamic ulcer of the
h';r; C. W. Ihadiey and wife go to Eva kv
'ille. So the Sun says.
Dan Sanders, a colored man from the
South, was put oil' the steamer Whisper on
the Kentucky shore. He rt under the
cars and was Lrouht over to the city yes
terday morning clinging to the trucks. He
was arrested and taken before Mayor Win
ter for examination. He told the truth,
and was banished to the Kentucky shore.
Lust night, about haif-past 10 o'clock,
a lot of gari'oU-rs got a victim into u corner
near the custom house and attempted to rob
him. He made an cutety and Oliicers Ful
ton, Sargeant and Hogan went to the res
cue. Fulton fired in the air and an i'.iti r
esting race occurred, lint the thieves were
lighter of foot than the officers ami got
If itrangets mi'.-it come to CVro, they
should he require 1 to leave their carpet
sacks and trunks behind. Yellow fever
iikes baggag.-. and omrht to be required to
stay with the baggage of travelers oujside
of Cairo. K-cp the baggage out. There
is more danger in an old satchel or carper
bag brought to this city from an infected
locality than there would be in the arrival
of twenty men direct from Memphis.
The Ooard of health reported to the city
council last night, that "the health of the
city was never better, there being no conta
gious or infectious disease within the city
limits." Alderman Wright moved that the
agent of the associated press at this city be
requested to give this report 4o the public in
contradiction of the reports ot yellow fever
made by unreliable special correspondents.
Haiti commenced falling Monday night
and continued to descend upon the just and
unjust alike until yesterday noon. And a
wind that rose when the first drop fell con
tinued to blow until the hist drop fell. It
moaned and cried and laughed, and pet
tishly rustehl the leaves of the trees and
shook the windows and doors of the
houses. It was ti miserable wind and it
made the rain the miserublett downfall of
A subscription list for the benefit of the
Porter family may be found at the oflice of
the bonrd of health. We M'C sure our good
people, who never fail to give liberally to
distress at a distance, will be open-handed
in response to this appeal. Mr. Porter has
been tried even as Job was. About ten
years ago ho became a convert to tho Chris
tian religion and since then has lived a life
above reproach. Hut ever since his conver
sion he has been a victim of misfortune.
Had luck has pursued him like a haunting
ghost. Whatever he has touched has been
blasted. And now comes this greatest of
all his misfortunes. Hut Tom Porter, a
Christian of the type of those who suffered
martyrdom for their belief, will stand stead
fast to the last. He is amoral hero.
IN WHICH 1'F.IISONS AUK MENTIONED WITH
Major Livingston is ut Joncsboro on
-Mrs. T. W. Halliday and family go to
Green Lino Miller did not leave the
city yesterday as reported. Jim Johnson
wouldn't give him a permit.
Mrs, Gorge T. Hill is at Grand Chain.
Mrs. William II. Morris and children
have gone to Chicago.
Mrs. William Strutton and family
leave, for Harrislmrg, Saline county, this
morning. They g i by the C. k. V. road.
Mrs, James Uiggs atnl daughter left
for DeSoto, Missouri, yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. James Barclay is at Anna with Mrs.
Mr. Isaac Mm un, who during tho last
past five or six years, has been cashier on
Halliday & Philips' wharf-boat, has re
signed Ins position mid with his family left
yesterday for Cincinnati. Mr, Moran tilled
a nmst dill'ieult position in a manner that
gave Hiitisfiietioii to Ids employers, and
dining h'u resilience) in this city made u
lii'M ot friends.
The great diving man.Georgo T. Gwire,
is in the city, and 1 oks like n healthy llh.
He Is anxious to innkn n wager of $10,000
that h can walk on the bottom of tint Ohio
from Cincinnati to Cairo inside of twenty
THE GREAT TERROR.
FACTS AM) tlOSSIP ADULT TIIK THHF.ATENF.n
VISIT OF THE KOt TIIEIIN IC'UCHOE NOW
YOU SEE IT ANJ NOW YOC DON'T.
The I'orter family cases were tho sub-
A few more days of exemption from
the epidemic and the cup will puss !Yom us
untaftod. And we will then not fail to re
joice. At 11 o'clock yesterday the remaining
child of Mr. Porter took the fever, and y;s-
cvening Mr. Porter went to bed sic
Ho is worn out with work and anxiety.
Mr. Will K. Hawkh's denies that the
Memphis members of his family, now stop
ping with his father 'u this cily, are sick
with fever or any other disease. HowiO'ls
them to be let alone by the constantly wag
ging tongue of lying romor.
Paducah has recovered from her fright.
Yesterday Mr. James Biggs received the
following telegram: 'Paducuh. Sept.. 10,
1S78, to James Biggs. Cairo: Qan'antii'e
raised on Cairo and St. Louis boats. H i i ' -man
down to-morrow. J. M. Fowler.''
The Knights of tin; Mystic Kivw yes
terday placed in the hands of the mayor fifty
dollais to be expended for the benefit of
the Porter family. Good !iy; good boys!
Many other iberal donations fir the brnfit
of the afflicted family were made by indi
Our people are at last arriving at an
appreciation of the fact that eternal v'gi
lance is th,,' price of exemption from yellow
fever. Tlcy are h"i oming careful. And
we are happy to state that o,:r .board of
health is not lett?'tg t''u gra.is grotv imdrr
its feet "i efforts to keep the fever outs'dc
The committee of the Knights of the
Mystic Krevv, appointed to consider the re
quest of numerous citizens for a repitition
of the entertainment for the benefit of the
yellow fever sufferers, has concluded to re
port in favor of granting the prayer of the
petitioners. The cnterainment will be given
next Friday night. It is tlu b'si ama
teur shovycvor given in Cairo, and will, of
course fio patronized to the capacity of the
Dr. Smith received the following tele
gram for Mr. Jewett Wilcox, of the Tre
mont house, Chicago, yesterday evening:
'Chicago, Sept.. 10, 1S-7S, to Dr. W. It.
Smith : Has the Porter family yellow fe
ver? Cairo people wish to know. Please
telegraph answer. Jewett Wilcox." Dr.
Smith replied lie did not know that he had
not attended the family. But we know
that Dr. Smith believes, from representa
tions made t.) him by other physicians, that
the disease is not yellow fever. And we
may add, that if this disease is yellow fe
ver, this is the first time on record that it
has commenced in the woods. Yellow fe
ver invariably originates in cities.
Yesterday morning Dr. Dunning receiv
ed the following: "Chicago, Sept., 10, ISTs,
Dr. C. W. Dunning, M. D.: Please let me
know all tho facts in connection with Un
reported yellow fever ;n the Pnter family.
John II. Katieh, President Illinois State
Board of Health." To this Dr. Dunning
replied ns follows: ''Cairo, S"pt 10, lsJ7s,
To Dr. John II. Kauch. President State
Board of Health. Four of the Porter fam
ily were attacked Wednesday night with
nausea and vomiting, bleeding from the
nostrils, fever and restlessness. The family
occupy a place surrounded by low, swampy
grounds, and are constantly subjected ta
poisonots malaria. C. W. Dunning."
jeet of discussion yest'.-rday in every part of
the city. Some asserted, with the most de
cided emphasis, that tho Porters had yel
low fever; others, with as much emphasis,
declared the cases were nothing but malig
nant fever. Drs. Waldo and Gordon call
the disease yellow fever, but Dr. Dunning,
who saw the sick people, describes the dis
ease as a pernicious ipc of malarial fever
complicated by a hu;morrhagic tendency.
The Porter family occupies a place which
was first settled by an old Frenchman nam
ed Castello, who remained in possession of
of it until nearly all of his
family died of malarial fever.
Since then, up to tho time Porter moved on
to it, the place was occupied by a negro
family who finally had to abandon it in
consequence of tho continued presence of
bilious fever in his family. During the
past two years members of Mr. Porter's
have been at intervals sick with
malarial fever, and last summer Mr. Porter
himself nearly died from tho poisonous
effects of the malaria surrounding his
home. His house is located in front of a
pond of stagnant water, and behind it is
a swamp' with a wagon load of malaria to
every square inch. Tho family use a well,
ilhcwater of which is nothing but swamp
witter filtered through Iho earth. Tho dis
ease that is now alllicting tho Porters might
have attaekeil'thein even if there had been
no yellow fever In the land.
Our board of health has prepared three
blanks, One is a certificate of tho chair
man of the board of health that Mr. Blank
"is in ," ii I health, having been examined
under oath, and that he has not been in an
inlected district, within thu last HO days,
and there is no yellow fever prevailing
here." Another is a certificate, that Mr
Blank, a citi.en of Cairo, personally known
to the Mayor, is in good health, and there
is no yellow fever prevailing here. The
(itlcr Is n certilloali) and permit staling
that Mr. Blank "is a citizen of Cairo, and
perniLisioii is hereby given to the said party
to enter the said city of Cairo."
Mr. Geo. II. C'orl Is,' writing to us from
Metropolis, under deto of tho 8di iest,,
jays: "A gi'ont many fa'so rumors nro
belli" chculn.etl about tho yellow fe'cr
prevailing at Mct'opol's, nil oi'inath'g
from the fact that the sister of dipt. Lou
den, of tho tow-boat Keokuk, now 'yirg nt
Fort Massac, died on Friday lrght lusl on
hoard that bout, it is presumed, of that
fever. The boat for some days has been
wa'ched and no one penniwed io go on
hoard or como of". Tliere is not por has
there b"cn a case of the fever at MeLopolis.
They have in I'oreu here a u y quarantine,
and the cii!.eps hi've no fears of Bronze
John nn'.k'eghis appearance iu'heir midst.
The general health of the cily and vicinity
is good remarkably so for ihis season of
The county court of Mississ'pin coen.y,
Missouri, Ins isined the follow eg order,
dated S, ptember ,',th: "O"do od, That a'l
sk'fl's be, and t''cy are liccby ordered and
required not to brin Mito til's co,i"!y any
person s;ck, or any si'sp'cioiis person what
ever; a".d any pcivm found viu'ai'i''; this
order w ill bo arrested and pros euted fur
ferrying without license. Tip! r thiso i'er
Mrs. II. Cay Ly.it of Cha. 'e stop, has ben
appointed to take cuavge n,' t'c .M;s;.u''i
shoie opposite Caiio and co-opcia e with
the Cairo ( it Fc.y eoippany nrd i ie quar
antine oitieia's of t!'is c!i S'ncc Mr.
Lynn took cha ge of matters on the oppo
site shore no trouble has bec.t experienced
by i'hj publ'c. He has replaced s' o.-gun
lawlessness by systematic aud'o'liy, and
has succeeded in gi;pg the public protec
tion a id business an op;m;-i,niiiy to go on
without cnilang; r;,'g the health of cither
MhsLdppi county or Cairo.
About three weeks e go a family of s;.
from Missouri, located at Monuds Junction,
was attacked by malarial fever and four
members of it i';cd within a few days of
each other. From what we cm lean tin;
d-'seise that k;'led thes;; people was almo-t
idep.lcid with that now at!l:cl'ng the Por
ter fani'ly. They lived near u swamp ami
drank swamp water gathered into a well
near their house. D". W. H. Smith, Jr.,
has had several of these c:H'-s. On Monday
he was called to s.'e one apparently in th"
last stages of yellow fever. Every symp
tom of the Porter sickness was apparent Mi
Smith's patient. He was voinit'tig blood.
But the stomach w.ts soon relieved, and the
patient is how raph''y getting well. We
call a'.tention to these facts to relieve the
anxiety of our readers, but not for the pur
pose of intimating that th re should he any
cessation of quarantine vigilance. On the
contrary, we urge renewed vigihu'ee mi view
of the fact that ten day's of an "i inlmro"
would render Cairo's future si fun: would
give us the right to point to Caiio as the
healthiest city in the United States ns an
e idemic-prooi' place of residetiee.
Factoky Facts. C'Iom; confinement,
careful attention to all factory work, give
the operatives pallid faces, poor appetite,
languid, lllierablc feelings, pi sir blood, in
aetive liver, kidneys and urinary troubles,
and all the physicians and medieine in the
world cannot help them unless they gi t out
doors or use Hop Hitters, made of the pur
est and best remedies, and especially for
siieh cases, having abundance of health,
sunshine and rosy cheeks in tie in. None
need sutler if they will use ihem freely.
Thev cot but a trifle. See another column.
THE K. M. K. C
THEY WILL lll'.l'EAT Til El U TLEASANT F.N
TEltTAINMENT AT THE ATI! ENKl'M .NEXT
The following correspondence will ex
Caiiki. Ills., Setember, 7, H',.
To the K. M. K. ('. Combination Troupe:
Gentlemen Having witm.-ssed your en
tertuinmcnt on Hie evening of the (ith
hist,, we are desirous to have you repeat the
same at the Atheneum at such time in tin;
near future as will best suit your con
Wm. M. Williams,
G. I). William to.v,
E. . El, NEW,
II. II. Candle,
Fit A N K IlEAI.Y,
W. L. IIampleton,
C. W. Dlnnino,
Daniel I Iooan,
John II. l'tAi.e ii,
J.no. C. White,
W. P. Halliday,
W. B. Gii.iieht,
Eauskst B. P kit it, and mary others.
To this the K. M. K. C. ri'spondcd as fol
lows : I
To Me"rs. W. M. Wllltiitnt. W, 1.. Il.unlilcton, C,
W. Dniiiilmt. 'W, P. Ilnllldiiy nml iillier:
Gentlemen in response to your request
to repeat the porforimmee given on tin: (Ith
inst. for the benefit of the yellow fever suf
ferers, wo beg leave to state that the request
is acceded to, and Friday evening, Septem
ber Blth set us the date for the entertain
ment II. H. Mll.lM ItN,
I Lon Dvniei.s
Cominittic Arriingeiiients K. M. K.C. Coin-
A Wish Deacon. "Deacon Wilder, I
want you to tell me how you kept yourself
and family ni well llie past season, whi n
all the rest o us have been sick so lunch,
and have linl the iloctms running to us so
long." "Bin, Taylor, the answer is very
easy. I usd Hop Bitters iu lime and kept
my family1 well and saved large doctor
bills. Tleo dollars worth of it kept us nil
well and iible to work all the time, and 1
will wari'iiit it has cost you mid the most
of the neighbors one or two hundred dol
lars to ktfep nick the silllie time, I eei.
you'll talfc my medicine hereafter," See
LI. I 'O TULA It
PI KKX IX D R UG STOirU,
COMMKWCIAl, AVK. AND I :iG 1 ITTKKNTI I ST.
A ( AIM'.
Enrroit Bi i.i.ki in : Iiia-much as numer
ous reports have been circulating throughout
the city to the elleel that my sister, Mis.
Simpson, is .siill' i ing from an attack of
yellow fever, and tilthoti'.rh these r ports,
like Banquet's ghost, will not 'Mown,'' ul
thougli they have b vn authiirilatively de
nied. I deem it my duty, in this public
manner, to say that all reports regardingyel
low fever at our house, aie absolutely 1:i1m.,.
There Is not now, nor has tin re at any time
b.-en any cfhsc for any siieli malicious -t-ite-luents,
regarding my sistev, nor any other
incmlr.T of our f.Mitiiy. Itistruel have a
brother mid si-icr h -re whose homi s are hi
Mi'inph!-, hut to;-y have been away from
that city over a month, and be fori- they
came to Cairo were in a ip::-iiifected dis
trict slilHeiently long to establish the
fact that they were free l'lom a!I dan
ger of the scourge, it -gariliug my si-h-r's
sickiuss, 1 will say she was Mill'ering wi'li
the chills and fever, resulting from a cold,
but is now eiit'r -ly recovered. Should any
one doubt this statement I would refer tie m
to our family physician, Ir. M uia.n.
It "spectfully, W il l. K. H vWIilNs.
Sept. 10, I-:.
At th ! annual lie i tii;g of the Hibernian
Fire Company No. 1, held M their lu-w
engine house on Monday evening, S. pt.'.lth.
KS, the following oliicers were elected for
the ensuing year: President, Win. Mcllaie:
Yic Pr si, ient John Clancy : S. cietaiy.Ani'y
Sullivan; Tiea-urer. Tim.-. K-ane; Foreman
of Engine, J.,m. s F. Miller; Assistant Fore
man of Engine, James Powers; Fon man of
Hose, Ilob't Hewitt; Assistant Foreman of
Hose, John A. Towers; Board of Director-.
Tims. M. Lovett, I'at'k Mahoncy, IV.t'k
St. I.otns Faik ami Exposition. The
Illinois Central lailpmd will commence sale
of tickets Sunday, September Mh. Fare of
found trip $-i.00 ticket of admission to
e xposition included.
t'MI.AIMIT) I'.AOOAOK AT TI!E T. C ltAUI.ES
AMI IM.VNTI.Ils' Ilii'IKI.s, sEriEMlH.lt
Consi-'.ing of the follnwing articles:
One valise, W. M. Stone; 1 valise, W. L.
I.iKk: 1 valise and coat, (. Kay; 2 valises,
no name: 1 trunk. S. Simons; 1 trunk, no
name at St. Charles hotel.
Two valises, A. Campbell, and 1 sample
case. E. Me Ell"V at Planters' house.
It. E. EoNi.w,
.1. Kin. v.
Illinois Sta-ie Ftin To be held at j
Fre-port September Hi to SI, ls7s. Tin 1
Illinois Centra! railroad will sell tickets at I
one and one fitlih fare for round trip. Tick- j
els gooil to r' turu until N-ptemluT 2-itl.
II utitv Walk eh w ill run an oyster wagon,
delivering oysters in any part of the city.
Onlers by postal card will receive prompt
roil Bent. i no Culil property, on
Holhrook avenue, corner of Twenty-third
street. Apjily to
A. P. SniHOF.iiF.it, Agent.
Wood and Coal.- Seasoned wood, Hick
ory, Oak and A-h, at $' per cord during
September. Paradise and Big Muddy Coal.
Order taken for fall delivery at, $2 7,'i for 1
ton; $ 02 per ton for 2 tons; 2 30 per
ton for !l or more.
Fiih Bent. -Cottage on Tenth street
between Washington and Walnut.
(JI N SHOP.
f, E. IXCK,
Xcw Gnu Shop,
Cm. sixth st. nml Coinmrri'bil Ave'.,
CAillo, : : : ILLINOIS.
Guns, Pistols. Safes mid Locks Repaired.
Kes Miiilc to Onler.
t Hi u; K llultlMi UN P.HF.ACll LOUHMI (ifNS
A',1 work ennrinil. I nillaelory. at eln aper ral, a
Ihitiii nil he iiM'ilneil ill any oilier pluec III the city,
1' LOU I DA
NX" n t im'.
Ill . I
L" '2?.; W'JJC 1 H lianilkeivlilel al tl,e
KijKftilU lollet nml III Hi" I'l'lh;
ttr)irrrx7?w--,la, t)ll, Bh.k n,in,iviiete,
ttcnUiici,, fiiilrae. pi.isliMlon, nervoiisnei-s nml
Ii vein -he, Lie. k e nt for en rl'elu. Always n-kn
,if Horii'n W i, i r. prepnr-il h.v the "ole plopiletius,
,Me.i. iinmnli A Iteinp, New Yolk.
For oile l y p.ariiiiierf, ilrnukilsls mid faiie)' p'ods
PlioPHIETOU OF SI'F.OAT'S PATENT
in J co.
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lieie rnl ). M. K'-y. l;,-v. F. I). 1'owi r. The Ci nuau
Ami rii an Nullenal Iiank, to oflHIalt In the I'. S.
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In Cener, :: ntnl t K )i',ly to our .li nt In every
Stale iu the In lull and in Canada. Address
C. A. SNOW ,Sc CO..
Opposite Patent (Mice. Wufhlugton, D. C.
The Cairo Uox and Basket Co.
Floonnyr, Sidim. Iath. Kto
At the very lottett rate.
Having a Heavy Stock of Logs on Hand,
We are prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDEHA
Cm the fhortetiH otlce.
4 SPECIALTY nui'li' of TKA VTiOAT M MIIFR.
Cracker, Candy, Paekliiu limes. Slaves, Heading
llllLMAN S l.IYKIt PAHS.
15 AH CLAYS'
Ohio Levee and